7.8.21 Hour 1: Broadcasters need to get back on the road, Where does Kelvin Harmon fit in this WFT offense?, Which WR could be the odd man out?
Grant and Danny
0:00- There was a botched home run call by the Yankees play-by-play call while calling the Yankees- Mariners game that took place in Seattle. John Sterling called a home run, which turned out to be a replay on the monitor at Yankee Stadium. 20:55- 6th round pick from 2019 Kelvin Harmon missed last year with a torn ACL, but he showed promise in his rookie season. Could he make an impact on this offense? 31:30- Which WR for the WFT could be the odd man out this camp? We discuss that and take your calls here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From The Stands Podcast Episode 34| "More Than An Athlete" SG: Kelvin Harmon
FROM THE STANDS
On tonight’s episode of From The Stands the fellas Rick, Johnny, Larry and Kalieb talk to Kelvin Harmon of Washington Football Team about his process to the NFL. They also have a conversation about the Tim Tebow... Is it a smack in the face to Colin Kaepernick that Tebow get a shot at the NFL again? PPP loan.... are you on the FBI list? Music : Only The Family / They Be Talkin', Lil Durk & King Von #Sports Podcast
The John Keim Report is sponsored by Lone Oak Coffee. Get 5% off and free shipping when you use the code: Coffee2020 at loneoakcoffee.com WR Kelvin Harmon joins John to talk about his off-season, how not getting the hype of the other young WR's isn't bothering him and how he has seen Dwayne Haskins mature. John weighs in on whether LB Ryan Anderson could be traded. Get 20% and free shipping on Manscaped products when you use the code: KEIM at Manscaped.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dynasty Draft Room Podcast - The Forgotten Ones: Kelvin Harmon & Rodney Anderson
Fantasy Football Podcast by Gridiron Experts
Welcome to the Dynasty Draft Room! In this episode Zack (@ffdynasty_ztp) and Matt (@TheFF_Educator) breakdown the tape and production for Kelvin Harmon and Rodney Anderson-two high upside players (for very different reasons) who have, for reasons that shock Zack and Matt, fallen out of fantasy football minds.In this episode they discuss:Kelvin Harmon’s:-Recruiting profile, high school production, and decision to attend NC State-Consistently high College Production-A full, detailed review of his strengths and weaknesses from tape-Zack & Matt discuss how his tape outweighs his combine, and why he should still be in WR1 contentionRodney Anderson’:-Recruiting profile, high school production, and choice to attend Oklahoma-Limited, but impressive college production-A full, detailed review of his strengths and weaknesses from tape-A full discussion on his injury history, and how injuries should affect where a player gets drafted
Sonic Truth Fantasy Football Podcast, Ep 94: The Podfather Matt Kelley (@Fantasy_Mansion) and Nate Liss (@AnOutragedJew) talk to Kelvin Harmon about his journey to America from Liberia, shredding Syracuse, the NFL Draft, and comparing the value of route running nuance to explosive athleticism. How to win with route running precision on the inside and on the outside at the NFL level.Does Kelvin Harmon want to play with Russell Wilson in Seattle? Does Harmon believe A.J. Brown is an impressive alpha receiver? How did Harmon develop such deep rapport with Ryan Finley? Harmon has been scouting NFL cornerbacks closely this offseason. Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
NC State wide receiver Kelvin Harmon has announced that he will forego his final year of eligibility and enter his name in the 2019 NFL draft.“I have prayed and discussed the path forward with my family and we have decided that it is time for me to proceed to the next chapter in my football life,” said Harmon, a first-team All-ACC choice. “That chapter will be playing professional football in the National Football League.To this end, I am relinquishing my college eligibility, effective immediately, and declaring myself a professional. I am applying for entry into the 2019 NFL Draft. I will not be playing in the upcoming Gator Bowl, but my support for my teammates will go unchanged.”
Sonic Truth Fantasy Football Podcast, Ep 87: The Podfather Matt Kelley (@Fantasy_Mansion) and Nate Liss (@AnOutragedJew) explain why Kelvin Harmon is a top prospect in this WR class. Le’Veon Bell is now 260 pounds. Ruh-roh. Zay Jones vs. Robert Foster: Who you got? Age-agnostic fantasy gamers must love Larry Fitzgerald but Christian Kirk is a better dynasty value. 10 favorite dynasty buys: Dalvin Cook, Jaylen Samuels, Devonta Freeman, Rod Smith, TJ Yeldon, Ito Smith, Chris Thompson, Curtis Samuel, Sterling Shepard, Will Fuller & Keke Coutee, Marvin Jones, Dede Westbrook & Keelan Cole, Trey Quinn, Sam Darnold, OJ Howard, Ian ThomasColin Kaepernick is the ultimate looking glass figure. Riley Ridley fanatics practice cognitive dissonance. Bennie Snell has ideal size and age-adjusted production.James Williams is the greatest college satellite back of all time. Alex Barnes was not dominant enough at an early age. Austin Walter could be the next Phillip Lindsay. Kelvin Harmon is a future friend of the show. Hakeem Butler could be the next Darren Waller. Antoine Wesley's production blotted out the sun in his final year, but he’s super svelte.Emmanuel Butler is the small school wide receiver who checks all the boxes. What more does Ashton Dulin have to do to gain respect? Juston Christian deserved a combine invite. Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
This week, we cover the big physical NC State receiver Kelvin Harmon and how his ability to box out defenders with his size/strength makes him a constant threat to move the chains. We also cover Florida's Jachai Polite and how his lateral quickness is some of the best of all the edge defenders in this class while some of his "Run support issues" have been totally blown out of proportion and we debunk that on this episode.